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Russia wants to distribute its questionable coronavirus vaccine to other countries: report

5 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Russian President Vladimir Putin
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Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to distribute its questionable Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to other countries, Reuters reported Saturday.
Russia first approved Sputnik V in August, but experts and health officials were skeptical the vaccine would work since it did not go through necessary phase 3 trials.
The Kremlin also kept important information relevant to the vaccine's success out of the public's eye. This included its methodology.
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